Holes in History: Smithy

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Holes in History: Smithy

Tavaron writes:

A smithy from the 18th Century with an herb garden at the front. Inside there's a small living room with a painted bed, wardrobe and a table. At the left edge of the picture you can see a tiled stove. The actual smithy is at the back of the house. Apart from the anvil you see there was a water powered hammer, too. The smithy was used mostly to make tools and horse shoes.
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